unemployed people

NOUN
  1. people who are involuntarily out of work (considered as a group)
    the long-term unemployed need assistance
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  • The courses are free for unemployed people, while wage earners pay a small fee.
  • Unemployed people are the main users of this advice centre.
  • Since the Great Leap Forward of the 1950s, millions of young and unemployed people have been sent to the countryside.
  • There will also be money available for marketing and wage subsidies for firms hiring unemployed people.
  • More than 600 unemployed people are eligible for the scheme in the three councils. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not surprisingly, the result has been to recruit predominantly middle-class unemployed people into mainstream programmes.
  • There is also the growing underclass of young unemployed people who have little prospect of moving upwards.
  • It has long been recognized that the care of unemployed people or of people in distress was primarily the responsibility of the community in which they live, that is, the municipality in whose jurisdiction they reside; and if a municipality is unable to provide relief the assistance of the province is sought; but never has it been recognized by any federal government that a constitutional obligation rested upon them to deal with this subject. Dominion Unemployment Relief
  • Villepin's plan also includes penalties for unemployed people who do not accept the jobs they are offered.
  • Unemployed people mostly revert to traditional economies such as fishing; gathering of wild fruits and vegetables; woodcarving; pottery; basketry, and iron forging.
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